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1 Hunter Subsistence Lists 1710-1714. Accounts of expenditures for subsistence of Palatine settlers, 1710-1714 (U. K. Public Record Office, CO 5: 1230 & 1231).

2 Henry Z. Jones, Jr, The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, California, 1989).

3 Heinrich Heimann and Irmintraut Weinknecht, Genealogie Und Landesgeschichte, Das Kirchspiel Alpenrod im Westerwald (Frankfurt Am Main: Aentralstelle For Personen Und Familiengeschichte, n.d.).

4 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records," p. 39; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

5 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

6 Assembled from data gather from Francis Hain Swope and Henry B. Werner, History of the Hain Family, descendants of George and Veronica Hain (Reading Eagle Press, Reading Pa. 1941).

7 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records," p. 69; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

8 E.B. O'Callaghan M.D., editor, Documentrary History of the State of New York, Vo. III (Albany, New York: Weed, Parsons & Co., 1850).

9 Nancy Wagoner Dixon, Palatine Roots, The 1710 German Settlement in New York, As Experienced by Johann Wagner (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1994).

10 Henry z. Jones Jr., Even More Palatine Families of New York, Vo. 3 (Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2002).

11 Palatine Society of United Evangelical Lutheran Church of New York and New England, The Palatines of New York in 1708-1722 (Johnstown, New York: Palatine Society of United Evangelical Lutheran Church of New York and New England, 1953).

12 Walter Allen Knittle Ph.D., Early Eighteenth Centrury Palatine Emigration (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1965).

13 The World Almanac Reference Database, United States Population: Estimated Population of American Colonies, 1630-1780 (http://www.2facts.com/WA/Search/wusp00350.asp?DBType=).

14 The people of Albany (http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/population.html).

15 Frank Lichtenthaeler, Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, Vol. 9 (Allentown, Pennsylvania: Schlichter, 1947).

16 Herman, Vesper F., translator, editor, True and Authentic Register of Persons who Journyed to America or New World (1717; reprint, St. Johnsville, New York: Enterprise and News, 1934).

17 John Landis Ruth, The Earth is the Lord's (Herald Press, Scottdale, Pa. 15683, 2001).

18 Charles I of England (Wikipedia. 5/25/2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_I_of_England.)

19 English Civil War (Wikipedia. 5/25/2008. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_civil_war.)

20 Harold L. Myers, Editor, William Penn in Pennsylvania (Pennsbury Manor. The Pennsbury Society. 5/24/2008. http://www.pennsburymanor.org/.)

21 Jim Powell, Editor, William Penn, America's First Great Champion of Liberty and Peace (http://www.quaker.org/wmpenn.html. 5/19/2008.)

22 Donna Munger, Pennsylvania Land Records: a history and guide for research (Wilmington, Deleware: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1991).

23 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encylpedia, List of Colonial Governors of Pennsylvania (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colonial_governors_of_Pennsylvania).

24 Wikipedia cotributors,Wikipedia, Free Encyclopedia, William Penn (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Cite&page=William_Penn&id=226477981).

25 Marie Knorr Graeff, 1723-1973 Anniversary Magazine of the Tulpehocken (The Teulpehocken Settlement Historical Society, Womelsdorf, Penn., 1973).

26 Nancy FreehaferBerks County, Pennsylvania Genealogy, Berks County PAGenWeb site (http://www.pa-roots.com/~berks/bcdisplay.html : accessed Jun 23, 2008).

27 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Tulpehocken Creek (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulpehocken_Creek_%28Pennsylvania%29).

28 Annette K. Burgett, Compiler, A Research Guide to Tulpehocken Region (AKB Publications, Myerstown, Pa., 1994.)

29 Paul Wallace, Conrad Weiser, Friend of Colonist & Mohawk (1945; reprint, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania: Wennawoods Publishing, 1996).

30 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, John Penn (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Penn_%28governor%29&oldid=217678474 : accessed Jul 15, 2008), John Penn.

31 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, List of Colonial Governors of Pennsylvania (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=John_Penn_%28governor%29&oldid=217678474 : accessed Jul 17, 2008), Pennsylvania govenors.

32 Lancaster County Historical Society, History of Lancaster County (http://www.lancasterhistory.org/ : accessed Jun 23, 2008).

33 My Pennsylvania Genealogy, Lancaseter County Hiistory and Information (http://mypennsylvaniagenealogy.com/index.htm : accessed Jun 23, 2008).

34 Wikipedia contributorsWikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Poor Richard's Almanack (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poor_Richard%27s_Almanac).

35 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, George Washington (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington).

36 Kathy Scogna, Lower Heidelberg TWP. Penn, 150th Anniversary, Now and Then (N.p.: Lower Heidelberg Township, 1992).

37 Wikipedian contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, William Allen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Allen_%28loyalist%29).

38 Wikipedia contributorsWikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, Poor Richard's Almanck (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poor_Richards_Almanack).

39 Pennsylvania Historical and Musuem Commission; Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

40 Edgar Berge, "Original Landowners In the Tulpehocken Area," Tulpehocken Settlement Historical Society VI (November 1975); Volume VI, Number 1.

41 Berks County, Pennsylvanis; Berks County Court House, Reading.

42 Charles Montgomery, "The Historical Sociey of Berks County" (Quarterly, Reading, Pennsylvania, July, 1936); privately held by The Historical Society of Berks County.

43 Marsha Martin, editor, Lancaster Co., Pa. Land Records, 1729-1750 & Warrants 1710-1742 (Westminister, Maryland: Family Line Publications, 1998).

44 Assembled from data gather from Francis Hain Swope and Henry B. Werner, History of the Hain Family, descendants of George and Veronica Hain (Reading Eagle Press, Reading Pa. 1941), P. 11.

45 Georege Hen (Signed Novermber 16, 1743), The will is recorded as George Hen.

46 Memorandum of George Hean Land at Death (A undated and unsigned document found in a file located at the Historical Society of Berks Co.)

47 Georege Hen (Signed Novermber 16, 1743).

48 Department of Internal Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map, (Harrisburg, Pa., Department of Interanl Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1953).

49 Lancasher, Pennsylvania; Berks County Court House, Reading.

50 Journal of Berks County Genealogical Society (Winter 1993), P. 8.

51 Henry Z. Jones, More Palatine Families (Universal City, California: H Z Jones, 1991).

52 Haynes Eagle.

53 Berk Co probate record.

54 Jacob Martin and John P. Smith, Abstracts of Berks County Wills 1752-1785.

55 Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, List of Inhabitants of Colonial New York (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 197).

56 William Hinke, Church Records of the Cacusi or Hain's Reforrm Church Lower Heidelberg Township, Berks County 1745-1905 (Berk County Genealogical Society).

57 Athhur Kelly, editor, Athens and West Camp, New York Early Records (Rhinebeck, New York: Atheur C.M. Kelley, 2001).

58 Original Administrative bond.

59 [Arthur Kelly], editor, Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, West Camp, Ulster Co. N.Y., Parish Register, 1708-1840 (Rhinebeck, New York: Arthur C. M. Kelly, 1975).

60 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P. 3.

61 Grantor/Grantee Deed Book Indenture.

62 Indenture Agreement.

63 Virgina Land Office Patents and Grants patents and land grants.

64 Augusta Co., Virginia (Deed Books, 1745-1866, Book 21, page 477 & 478), Land purchase agreement Rockingham Co., Virginia.

65 Law suit Peter Haynes vs John Haynes (Superior Court of Law and Chancory, Rockingham County.), Rockingham County Chancory Records, Reel 161, p. 119.

66 The Rockingham Recorder (Rockingham County Historical Society, Harrisonburg, Va).

67 Rockingham County Grantee/Grantor Index Rocord Book.

68 (Micorfilm copy the Casper's will).

69 Executor Bond.

70 Marguerite B. Priode, editor, Abstracts of Executor, Administrator, Guardian Bonds Rockingham Co.Virginia 1778-1864 (Harrisonburg, Virginia: Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, 1978).

71 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.)

72 William J. Hinke and Charles Kemper, Record of The Peaked Mountain Church (Internet site: rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/usfiles.htm).

73 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), II-1.

74 Bob and Lois Emswiler, "Peaked Mountain Church Cemetery," database, Harrisonburg Rockingham Historical Society (www.rootsweb.ancestry.com : accessed Jun 17, 2009).

75 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Index 1844-015. Reel 658, p. 39.

76 Richmond, Virginia, Library of Virginia, Chancery Court Records, 1836- 02-CSL, Reel 161, p. 119.

77 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), I-194.

78 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), I-94.

79 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P.2.

80 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), I-192.

81 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, John Armentrout's deposition.

82 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P. 6.

83 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Page VI-1.

84 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-1.

85 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Page VI-1.

86 Harry M.Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792.

87 William Hinke, Church Records of the Cacusi or Hain's Reforrm Church Lower Heidelberg Township, Berks County 1745-1905 (Berk County Genealogical Society), P/30.

88 Rev.W.J. Kershner, Pastor and Adam G. Lerch, History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church (Reading, Pa., I.M. Beaver, Publisher. 1916.), P. 30.

89 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Sellements in Virginia, Volume II.

90 Translated and edited by W.P. Pence, William J. Hinke and C.E. Kemper, Rockingham County, Virginia Record of Peaked Mountain Church (Lutheran and Reformed).

91 Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States in 1790, Virginia, Second Edition (Baltimore, Maryland: Southern Book Company, 1952).

92 Wikipedia, Burning Washinton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burning_of_Washington).

93 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Enclylopedia, United States Census (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=United_States_Census&oldid=225835935 ).

94 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), P. 55.

95 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), P. 00.

96 Will-Rockngham Co.

97 Marguerite B. Priode, Abstracts of Executor, Adminstrator, and Guardian Bonds of Rockingham Co. Virginia 1778-1864 (Harrisburg-Rockingham Historical Society).

98 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Page VI-80.

99 F. Edward Wright, Berks County Church Records of the 18th Century, V. 1 (Family Line Publications).

100 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. VI-106.

101 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Page VI-106.

102 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Adm Henry Armentrout vs Jasper (Casper) Haynes. Index 1844-015. Reel 658, p. 39.

103 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-1.

104 Earlene Y. Bradley, Blakely Family History.

105 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-27.

106 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Microfilm. Rockingham Co. Chancery Court records. Index 1836 - 002, Reel 658, p. 119.

107 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), I-1.

108 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), III-2.

109 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), III-1.

110 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. III-38.

111 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. III-39.

112 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), III-39.

113 Translated and compiled by Brigitte Burkett, German Church Records of Rockingham County Virginia Vol. 1 (Rockport, Maine, Picton Press, 2003.), P. vi.

114 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. O-4.

115 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), III-160.

116 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-2.

117 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-4.

118 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), p.2.

119 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P.4.

120 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-5.

121 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P.IV-5.

122 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P. 5.

123 Marianne Wokeck, Trade in Strangers, The Beginnings of Mass Migration to North Armerica (University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999).

124 "Ship Samuel Inward at Philidelphia," (Philidelphia) Pennsylvania Gazette, August 23, 1739.

125 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), p. II-1.

126 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Appendix VI-1, p. VI-114.

127 Ralph Beaver Strassburger. Edited by William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Vol II (Norristown, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German Society, 1934.)

128 Pennsylvania State Archives, Records of the DEPARTMENT OF STATE (http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/bah/dam/rg/sd/r26sd.htm).

129 "Servants," The Pennsylvania Gazzette, April 20, 1778, online archives (http://www.accessible.com/accessible/).

130 Wikipedia contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encylpedia, Indentured Servants (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indentured_servants).

131 "Just Imported," The Pennsylvania Gazzette, April 20, 1738, online archives.

132 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), 0-2 and I-131.

133 William Henry Egle, Notes and Queries - Historical, Biographical and Genealogical to Interior Pennsylvania. Annual Volume, 1899. (Baltimore, Genalogical Publishing Co., 1970).

134 F. Edward Wright, editor, Berks County Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 3 (Westheimer, Maryland: Family Line Publications, n.d.).

135 F. Edward Wright, Berks County Church Records of the 18th Century V. 4.

136 Rev.W.J. Kershner, Pastor and Adam G. Lerch, History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church (Reading, Pa., I.M. Beaver, Publisher. 1916.)

137 Willimam Henry Egle, editor, Notes and Queries Historical, Biiographical and Genealogical Interior Pennsylvania , Annual Volume, 1896 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1970).

138 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. I-131.

139 Lyman Chalkley, Chonicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, Mary S. Lockwood, 1912-1923.), Vol 1, p. 321 and 336.

140 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. O-2.

141 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Appendix VI, p. 114.

142 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-115.

143 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Appendix VI-2, p. VI-114.

144 Annette Kunselman Buregert, Eighteenth Centruy Emigrants From Langenselbold Hesse To America (AKB Publications. Myerstown, Penn., 1977).

145 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), O-1.

146 Ralph Beaver Strassburger. Edited by William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, List of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808, Vol. I (Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1966), p. 256.

147 Ralph Beaver Strassburger. Edited by William John Hinke, Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Vol II (Norristown, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania German Society, 1934.), p. 265.

148 Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map. June, 23,1953.

149 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), 0-2.

150 Sharon Cook MacInnes and Angus MacInnes, Earley Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks County, Pa. (Apollo, Pennsylvania, Closson Press, 2006), P. 172.

151 Department of Internal Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map, (Harrisburg, Pa., Department of Interanl Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1953), Survey map reference C-125-102.

152 Augusta Co Deed Book.

153 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Appendix VI-1.

154 William Henry Egle, Notes and Queries - Historical, Biographical and Genealogical to Interior Pennsylvania. Annual Volume, 1899. (Baltimore, Genalogical Publishing Co., 1970), P. 213.

155 Lyman Chalkley, Chonicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, Mary S. Lockwood, 1912-1923.), Vol. 1, p. 321.

156 Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map. June, 23,1953, Survey C-78-252.

157 Sharon Cook MacInnes and Angus MacInnes, Earley Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks County, Pa. (Apollo, Pennsylvania, Closson Press, 2006), P.172.

158 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P. 2.

159 Lyman Chalkley, Chonicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, Mary S. Lockwood, 1912-1923.), Vol. p. 321.

160 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-1.

161 Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map. June, 23,1953, Survey C-88-4.

162 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P> 5.

163 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. IV-1.

164 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), p. 3.

165 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), p. 3.

166 Lower Heidelberg Township, a Connected Warrantee Township Map. June, 23,1953, Tract A, Survey A-41-179.

167 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-58 and V-1.

168 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VII-1.

169 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), P. 4.

170 F. Edward Wright, Berks County Church Records of the 18th Century, V. 1 (Family Line Publications), P. 90.

171 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 43.

172 Sharon Cook MacInnes and Angus MacInnes, Earley Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks County, Pa. (Apollo, Pennsylvania, Closson Press, 2006), P.55.

173 Lyman Chalkley, Chonicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, Mary S. Lockwood, 1912-1923.), Vol. 1, p. 336.

174 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV=6.

175 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 47.

176 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Page VI-I.

177 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-7.

178 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-53.

179 Church Record of the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township 1745-1805 (Typed by William J. Hinke, February 1939.), p.4.

180 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), I-2.

181 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-68.

182 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), IV-6.

183 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-2.

184 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-15.

185 executor bond microfilm.

186 Richard Allen Pence, The Pence Families of America (Located at Preble Co. District Library, Eaton, Ohio).

187 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 55.

188 Rockingham Co Real Property, tax rolls.

189 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 55.

190 Rockingham Co administrative and executive bonds.

191 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Reel 161,p.119.

192 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 55.

193 Dorothy Boyd-Rush, "Poles of Electors for Senator, 1791," The Rockingham Recorder III (April 1988).

194 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, 1836 -02-CSL. Reel 161, p. 119.

195 Rockingham Co., Virginia burnt deeds (Book 12, 1835-1838, page 268).

196 Rockingham Co., Virginia burnt deeds (Book 14, 1832-1838, book 14, page 14.)

197 Rockingham Co., Virginia burnt deeds (Book 22, 1848-1849, book 224, page 426.)

198 John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr, Virginia Historic Marriage Register, Rockingham Co. 1778-1850 (Iberian Press).

199 Rockingham Country Virginia Marriage Licenses.

200 Dorthy Boyd-Rush, Family Group Record (November 17, 1993).

201 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Microfilm 1836-02-CSL, Reel 161, p. 119.

202 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-38.

203 Richard D. PenceRichard Pence, The Pences In America (http://www.pipeline.com/~richardpence/america.htm).

204 Ruby Postlewait, Hi istory of Jersey County, Illinois, Cesquecentinnial Edition (1991).

205 1830 U.S. census, Preble County, Washington Township, Ohio; digital images, Census Online, 1830 Preble Co., Ohio (http://www.census-online.com/links/OH/1830.html); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M19.

206 Edited by Joseph Meyerhoeffer. Translated by Klaus Wust, Shenadaoh Valley Family Data 1799-1813-From book of Pastor Johannes Baun (Shenandoah History, Edinburg, Va.)

207 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt Deeds, 1811-1825, Book 2, page 81).

208 Indenture Agreement.

209 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt Deeds, 1811-1815, Book 2, page 85).

210 (Licholas Leah. National Archives, War of 1812, Va; Coleman's Va. Militia).

211 Christopher Amon vs Peter Runkle, executor of Jacob Runkle,dec.

212 Rockingham County, Va. Minute Book 1788-1792 (Guradians and Overseaers of the Poor, court held March 26, 1827).

213 Audrey Gilbert, Preble County, Ohio Personal Property Tax List 1827-1834.

214 Marriage Records from Preble County, Ohio 1808-1830.

215 Betty Jean Seibert Cartet, The Hudlow Story (Preble County Library, Eaton, Ohio).

216 P.C. Kaylor, Genealogy of the Kaylor Family (Unity Monger Powell, Covington, Va. 1979.)

217 Henry Lawton Blanchard Lawton, Tavern Life (http://www.blanchardstavern.com/tav_life.htm).

218 Andreas, Lyter & Co., editor, Atlas Map of Jersey County (Davenport, Iowa: Andreas, Lyter & Co., 1872).

219 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Harrisonburg, Virginia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockingham_County,_Virginia).

220 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Harrisonburg, Virginia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrisonburg,_Virginia).

221 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Cumberland, Maryland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeling,_West_Virginia).

222 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Cumberland, Maryland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumberland,_Maryland).

223 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Harrisonburg, Virginia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winchester,_Virginia).

224 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, McGaheysville, Virginia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McGaheysville,_Virginia).

225 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Columbus, Ohio (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbus,_Ohio).

226 Wikipedia Contributors, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Eaton, Ohio (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eaton,_Ohio).

227 David Pucket (Augusta, Virginia), phone interview by Jeri Haynes, August, 2009; transcript.

228 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, Conestoga wagon (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Cite&page=Conestoga_wagon&id=308068392).

229 The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed., Information Please (http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/history/A0813191.html).

230 Preble, Ohio, Probate files; Preble County Courthouse, Eaton.

231 Preble, Ohio, Estate Probate; Preble County Courthouse, Eaton.

232 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, Macadam (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macadam).

233 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, National Road (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_road).

234 Wikipedia contributors,Wikipedia, The Free Encylopedia, A History of the National Road (http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilfayett/nationalroad/).

235 The Ohio Historical Society, The Natinal Road (http://www.ohiohistory.org/resource/histpres/toolbox/nationalroad/).

236 Preble Co Estate Records.

237 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt Deeds, 1825-1828, Book 8, page 293).

238 Pence 1750-1900.

239 Ohio Obituary Abstracts, Preble Co. Ohio, Vol. I.

240 Obituary Abstracts 1850-1890 fro Eaton Register & Eaton Democrate Newspapers.

241 Indenture agreement.

242 Audrey Gilbert, Preble County, Ohio Land Records, Vol. III 1828-1833, Books 9-13.

243 Land Purchase Contract.

244 1850 Census Preble.

245 Preble Co.Probate File.

246 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), V-49.

247 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. V-1.

248 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. V-2.

249 History of Preble County, Ohio, with Illustratons and Biograpical Sketches (Cleveand, H.Z. Williams & Co., 1881).

250 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Microfilm 1836-02-CSL, Reel 161, p.119.

251 Rockingham Co Orphan's Court.

252 Rockingham Personal Property Tax.

253 1810 Census.

254 Orphan Bond.

255 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Peter Haynes vs. John Haynes. Reel 161, p.119.

256 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-37.

257 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Index 1844-015, Reel 658, p. 39.

258 Peter Cline Kaylor, Abstracts of Land Grant Surveys 1761-1791 (Genealogical Publishing Co).

259 Rockingham County Index to the Deed Books (This is a microfilm copy of the will of Casper Haynes which is recorded in the deed book as a deed warrant).

260 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 55.

261 Translated by Rev. A. S. Leiby, pastor St. Peter's Reformed Church, Easton, Pa. July 1934, Church Record of Congretation in Rockingham Co., Va. 1806.

262 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Microfilm. Index 1844-015, Reel 658, p. 39.

263 Indenture agreement.

264 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-39.

265 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Vi-54.

266 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-54.

267 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-54.

268 Indenture agreement.

269 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt deed books, Vol. 1, 1805-1811. page 213).

270 Indenture agreement.

271 Rockingham Co., Virginia Burnt Deeds (Book 7-8, 1825-1829, page 275).

272 Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene Speakman Love, Personal Property Tax Lists for Year 1787 for Rockingham Co. Virginia (Genealogical Books in Print, Springield, Va., 1987.)

273 Lyman Chalkley, Chonicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, extracted from the original court records of Augusta County, 1745-1800, Mary S. Lockwood, 1912-1923.), Vol. 1, p. 360.

274 Rev. W.J. Kershner, Pastor and Adam g. Lerch, History of St. John's (Hain's) Reformed Church (I.M. Braver, Publisher. 1916).

275 Mrs Don Short & Mrs Dale Bowers, Cemetery Inscriptions Preble County< Ohio, Vol. 1.

276 Preble Co. Common Pleas, Court Records.

277 Preble County Ohio Marriages 1841-1859, VIII.

278 Ms. Crowell Preble Country Library.

279 1850 Federal Preble Co , Ohio.

280 (National Archives).

281 Macoupin County Illinois-Polk & Chesterfield Township Cemetaries (Macoupin County Historical Society).

282 1860 Cencus.

283 Atlas & Map of Jersey Co., Illinois (Davenport, Iowa Andreas, Lyter & Co., 1872).

284 Marriage license.

285 Summerville Cemetary Medora, Ill.

286 Land Sale Contract.

287 Marraige Bond.

288 Mrs. William Wood, Loper Keller VanMeter and Allied Lines.

289 Medora Messinger.

290 Funeral notice.

291 Ship Records.

292 1870 Cencus.

293 The Carlinville Democrat Carlinville, Ill January 16, 1918.

294 Alton Evening Telegraph (Index 1836-1933) Alton, Ill.

295 Guardian Bonds 1831-1841.

296 Ship Arlington.

297 Death Certificate.

298 Probate Records.

299 1880 cencus.

300 Medora Messenger Medora, Ill. January 16, 1920.

301 1890 Cencus.

302 1900 Cencus.

303 Micorfilm.

304 Compiled by Harry M. Strickler, Tenth Legion Tithables, Rockingham County, Virginia, Tithables for 1792 (Luray, Virginia, Harry M. Strickler, 1930.), p. 22.

305 John W. Wayland, The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Harrisonburg, Virginia. C.J. Carrier Company, 1989.), P. 73.

306 John W. Wayland, The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Harrisonburg, Virginia. C.J. Carrier Company, 1989.), P. 75.

307 Rockingham Co. Historical Society, research.

308 1850 Rockingham Co, Va.

309 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Index 1844-015. eel 658. P.39.

310 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Index 1844-015. Reel 658, p.39.

311 Census 1820.

312 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records, Index 1844-015. Reel 652,p. 39.

313 Rockingham County Chancery Court Records.

314 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VI-125.

315 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), Page VI-125.

316 Translated and compiled by Brigitte Burkett, German Church Records of Rockingham County Virginia Vol. 1 (Rockport, Maine, Picton Press, 2003.), P. 278.

317 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), P. VII-1.

318 Anita Short and Rule Bowers, Marriage Records from Preble County, Ohio 1808-1830.

319 Kaler and Maring, History of Whitley County Indinia (B.F. Bowen & Co., 1907).

320 Guardian Bonds 1831-1841, Page 59.

321 Russell S. Armentrout, Armentrout Family History, 1739-1978 (Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, Dayton, Virginia. Reprint 2000.), VII-28.

322 Lila Lee Jones (Email from Lila Jones at lljones@iland.net, dated May 25, 2005).

323 Microfilm.

324 Wayland, Virginia Valley Records.

325 Rockingham Co. Historical Society.

326 Harry M. Strickler, Old Tenth Legion Marriages in Rockingham County, Virginia Fron 1778-1816 (Joseph K. Ruebush Company).

327 Compiled by Maruerite B. Priode, Abstract of Executor, Administrator & Guardian Bonds Rockingham Co, Va. 1778-1864 (Harrisburg, Virginia, Harrisburg-Rockingham Historical Society, 1798).

328 Executor bond for Rockingham Co. (Library of Virginia, Richmond, Va., microfilm).

329 Translated and edited by W.P. Pence, William J. Hinke and C.E. Kemper, Rockingham County, Virginia Record of Peaked Mountain Church (Lutheran and Reformed), Page 62.

330 Preble County, Ohio Common Pleas Court Records 1818-1850.

331 John W. Wayland, The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Harrisonburg, Virginia. C.J. Carrier Company, 1989.), P. 230.

332 Verdon Reporter Verdon,Ill.

333 Macoupin County Searcher (Macoupin County Genealogical Society).

334 1860 Jersey Co., Ill.

335 Translated by Christopher H. Droegemuller. Revised by Dr. William Rader, Record Book of Rader Lutheran Chruch, Temverville, Va.

336 Translated by Klaus Wust, Shenandoah Valley Family Data 1799-1813 from book of Pastor Johannes Braun (Shenandoah Histrory , Edinburg, Va.)

337 Augusta Co Grantee Index to Deeds.

338 John W. Wayland, The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Harrisonburg, Virginia. C.J. Carrier Company, 1989.)

339 Sue(Thoele) Rivett 1268 St. Vincent LnMarion, Ill 62959.

340 Card annoucing her funeral.

341 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt Deeds, Book 26, 1853-1854, page 44-48).

342 Rockingham Co., Virginia (Burnt Deeds, Book 31, page 186).

343 Augusta Co., Virginia Clerk of Court, Superior Court of Chancery.

344 Macoupin County Historical Society, Macoupin County, Ill Polk and Chesterfield TWP Cemetaries.

345 Sharon Cook MacInnes and Angus MacInnes, Earley Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Berks County, Pa. (Apollo, Pennsylvania, Closson Press, 2006), P.247.

346 Internet site: Descendants of Peter Whitesell www.fanilytreemaker.com/users/b/o/p/Juanita-L-Boppe.

347 Web site: www.accessone.com/~jegge/chenweth.htm.

348 Annette Kunselman Burgert, Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North Armerica, Vol. II (Birdsboro, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania German Society, 1985).

349 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

350 Copied by William Hinke, 1916, typed 1939, Church Records fo the Cacusi or Hain's Reformed Church Lower Heidelberg Township Berks County 1745-1805.

351 Richard Allen Pence, The Pence Families of America Part 1 (Fairgax, Va., Richard Allen Pence, 1982), P.5.

352 John W. Wayland, The German Element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Harrisonburg, Virginia. C.J. Carrier Company, 1989.), p. 55.

353 The Rockingham Recorder (Harrisonburg, Va., Garrison Press, Vol. 1, No. 2, December, 1946), P. 165.

354 Joseph M. Kellegg, Tulpehocken - Virinia Notes 1945 (This is a typed document that includes research of many families who moved from the Tulpehocken to Virginia).

355 Birth certificate.

356 Henry Z. Jones, Jr, The Palatine Families of New York 1710 (Universal City, California, 1989), There is no proof of the marriage in Alpenrod. But all their children were born there.

357 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

358 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

359 (Rodalben, Rhiland-Palitinate, Germany), "Chruch Records of Rodalben"; FHL microfilm 82,390,207.

360 (Rodalben, Rhiland-Palitinate, Germany); FHL microfilm.

361 Heinrich Quillman (61130; Nidderau-Windecken, Germany), letter, January 18, 2008.

362 (Rodalben, Rhiland-Palitinate, Germany), "Rodalben Chruch Records 1695-1800"; FHL microfilm 82,390,207.

363 (Rodalben, Rhiland-Palitinate, Germany), "Rodalben Chruch Records 1693-1740"; FHL microfilm 92,390,207.

364 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

365 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

366 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

367 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

368 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

369 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

370 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

371 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

372 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

373 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

374 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

375 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

376 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

377 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

378 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

379 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

380 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

381 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

382 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

383 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

384 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

385 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

386 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

387 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

388 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.

389 Annette Burgert, Translator , "Alpenrod Church Records"; translation report to Jeri Haynes, , Sept. 2008.


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